LEATHERWOLF, TOXIK To Headline Germany's KEEP IT TRUE 9 Festival

The "original" lineup of LEATHERWOLF and reunited New York progressive thrashers TOXIK will headline the Keep It True 9 festival, set to take place November 3, 2007 at Sporthalle in Dittigheim, Germany. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:


For more information, visit www.keep-it-true.de.

TOXIK is currently rehearsing with the lineup consisting of:

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Mike Sanders - Vocals
Josh Christian - Guitar
Brian Bonini - Bass
Lou Caldarola - Drums

The band's original drummer Tad Leger is not taking part in the reunion because he's very busy with other projects — as a guitarist.

Poland's Metal Mind Productions in January released the reissues of the classic TOXIK albums "World Circus" (1988) and "Think This" (1989). Both CDs came in a new digipack edition on golden discs, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology, and are limited to a hand-numbered 2,000 copies. Each title includes two bonus tracks.


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